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Hi Jozef,
I have checked a number of the Crane 911 cams over the years. The part numbering system you refered to describes the intake first, (P 314) the exhaust second (P 288) and the lobe separation angle last (99R). The P314 is usually mated to a P296 exhaust, so the set you have were custom made with the P288 exhaust profile.
Harold Broughton might have called Crane Cams wanting something slightly hotter than the P306, but not as wild as the normal P314, and your set was made to be an in between profile. Based on your port sizes I think it was an excellent idea.

It might be wise to have them "Cam doctored" to verify the numbers match the cams and how well they were manufactured.
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